Ghanaian young photographer, Kobby Dallas popularly known on the Ghana space internet as “Bluelensstudiogh”, makes Ghana proud as he conquer the international art market with a single portrait photo sold for 12,025 USD.
The Photography and art world are fast moving forward compared to some decades back, not leaving Ghana behind, Kobby Dallas is known on paper to be the first Ghanaian to have a single portrait auctioned for 12,025 dollars .
Following his big gain, the young Takoradi photographer has gained so much recognition internationally as he keeps granting interviews on big platforms including Arise News.
In 2020, Kobby Dallas titled his single portrait photo “The Violinist” which he uploaded on one of the biggest world art website ‘10props.com’, well joy attended to Kobby’s calling recently as his portrait was sold on the site for $12,025.
See below the photo which got sold for $12,025 along side some beautiful photos from Kobby Dallas’ archives.
Watch below video of Kobby Dallas telling Arise News how he manage to put up the beautiful portrait titled ‘The Violinist’ and how he was fortunate enough to get it sold for $12,025.
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